Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 21 Issue 2


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The mediation of trust in country-of-origin effects across countries

Nadia Jiménez, Sonia San Martín

This paper aims to investigate if trust plays a mediating role on the country-of-origin (COO) brand reputation and consumer animosity effects in determining consumers’ purchase…


Cultural adaptation of web design services as critical success factor for business excellence : A cross-cultural study of Portuguese, Brazilian, Angolan and Macanese web sites

Armando Calabrese, Guendalina Capece, Francesca Di Pillo, Federico Martino

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether cultural backgrounds of nations are expressed through the web design of their companies. Actually, it investigates whether, in…


Explaining corruption : The role of national culture and its implications for international management

Yusaf H. Akbar, Vukan Vujić

– The purpose of this paper is to feature a cross-national study that investigates the relationship between national culture and corruption.


Plurality within contemporary organizations: Evidence of complexity of value variations and similarities across religions

Shaista E. Khilji, Edward F. Murphy, Regina A. Greenwood, Bahaudin G. Mujtaba

– The purpose of this paper is to expand the burgeoning research, which provides evidence relating to the influence of religion upon work-related values.

Illusive inclusion – construction of leaders and employees based on nationality

Sandra Jönsson, Tuija Muhonen, Christina Scholten, Anders S. Wigerfelt

The purpose of this paper is to discuss and problematise how leadership and employees, or “employeeship”, are constructed within IKEA, a global firm often associated with national…




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